Agape Church is a multisite church that meets at different locations, led by their leaders who all share the leadership traits that are absolutely essential to attain Biblical Qualifications for Spiritual Leadership taught in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1. Christlike leaders are those who live their faith, walk their talk, lead by example, work with integrity, and serve in love. These five traits are the DNA of Agape Church Leadership.
A failure to adhere unfalteringly to biblical principles leads to ignore intentionally to adhere unfalteringly to God’s standard for spiritual leadership. We’re supportive of the teachings and principles of God’s Word who aspire the church to be what Christ intended His church to be.
Our servant-leadership comes from our divine call to serve who will lead like a servant by following Christ’s example who demonstrate the passions God gives us to fulfill His purposes for the Church.
Rev. Peter T. Mang
Peter Mang is a visionary strategist, mission mobilizer, missional entrepreneur, entrepreneurial ecosystem builder, micro and small business development trainer and coach, discipleship development trainer and mentor, leadership development trainer, facilitator and coach, professional trainer and transformational leader. >>Read More>>
Dr. David Lian
Dr. David is a former Chairman of Gospel Baptist Youth Fellowship. He served as lecturer at several Bible colleges and seminaries for about ten years and also served in parachurch ministries over the years. He has served as a lecturer of Sacred Music and Missions and Evangelism at Gospel Baptist Bible Seminary for about ten years. >>Read More>>
Thomas served as pastor of Baptist Church in Parte Village, Chin State for two years. He also served as assistant pastor at Bangalore Christian Church for one year while he was doing his MTh in Bangalore, India. >>Read More>>
Joshua has served as lecturer at several Bible colleges and seminaries for more than seventeen years. He also has extensive experience in urban evangelism of which he served as missionary among Buddhists in urban areas of Yangon Region. >>Read More>>